At just 32 years old, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has accomplished more than most technology executives could ever dream of—founding and running the world's biggest and most powerful platform that has single-handedly upended how we com
Ten days after the U.S. presidential election, Mark Zuckerberg admitted that his company has a problem with proliferating fake stories across the internet.
The hero's journey is an archetype that appears across literature, movies and TV—and even in the world of business where every entrepreneur is the main character of his or her own story. The call to build something great is no less significant or full of adventure than a protagonist's journey in a blockbuster film.
To assemble Adweek's second annual Power List, we considered the profiles and results of global corporate titans, taking into account such criteria as company value, revenue and revenue growth, market performance, consumer reach and affinity, their standing among rivals, the number of employees overseen, key acquisitions and partnerships, industry accolades and media buzz.
At the end of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's keynote address at his company's annual F8 developers conference today, he took a page out of Oprah Winfrey's book, sending attendees home with a shiny object they all wanted.
Mark Zuckerberg is known for having his own sense of style. And that style is very ... gray. It's something the tech wunderkind has even humblebragged about. So it makes sense that if he were going to launch a collection with a brand like H&M it would consist solely of gray t-shirts and blue jeans. That's the basis of the brand's April Fools' gag, which lovingly mocks Zuckerberg's commitment to his work uniform.
While Twitter will likely remain marketers' go-to platform to build Super Bowl social buzz, Snapchat, Facebook, Google and Instagram are all hustling this year to grab a greater share of ad dollars.
Considering how Snapchat now arguably holds the claim for digital marketing's hottest real estate, it's hard to believe that it was only 15 months ago that the platform's first paid ad ran for the Universal Pictures horror flick Ouija.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan today announced the birth of their daughter, Max, while also revealing that they plan to give away 99 percent of their Facebook shares over the course of their lives. Zuckerberg's estimated net worth is about $46.8 billion.